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Menus from images?

Thread began 12/19/2010 7:59 pm by mhollis382262 | Last modified 1/05/2011 4:16 pm by mhollis382262 | 1669 views | 4 replies


Menus from images?

I have a website that has been designed by a graphic designer and they want drop-down menus on some of the menu items. I need to integrate the current graphics with rollover states as all ready specified but if I use a Times Roman typeface underneath for drop-downs that would please the client.

You can see the website (without the drop-down navigation, but with the graphics and rollovers) here: ~karenmri/

It is mostly completed and some of the navigation won't work to pages that do not exist.

Is there a way to get CSS Menu Writer to allow the importation of graphics into the menu item? I recognize that CSS Menu Writer does create rollover states, but these are not the type that I hope to specify for the main menu items in the website.

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